Highly recognized Ghanaian rapper,Keame Nsiah Appau famed Okyeame Kwame has disclosed the reason behind his long stay in the showbiz industry.

According to the rapper, the hand of God and his hardworking ability has been the reason behind his long stay in the industry.

Speaking in an interview with TV XYZ, he said;

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“I think that’s how God made my destiny, but, as you already know, prayers without work doesn’t work. He says show me your works and I will show you my faith. So, It wishes and will that is how God made it, but as a human being I also take steps.
“I have recorded nine studio albums, released several singles, done about 500 features and learned too. In the process of doing music, I have earned my first degree, a masters degree and still pursuing higher education. I think these and little tricky things like my management team, young people I consult such as my stylish contribute to my relevance,”

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The Made in Ghana’ composer further stated that his talent has also helped him to reach where he is now.
“But in all, apart from God, I’m also a talented as a rapper. Talent’s definition is to develop interest. I still have an interest like when I was five years old. I have an interest and develop interest, so at a point after my secondary school around the ’80s, I went to a certain gentleman called, Lord Marcus to teach me songwriting. He taught me but before he’d teach me, every day he made me read one storybook,”